Sweden is part part of the EU project CoordiNet with the ambition to contribute to the development of a smart, secure and more resilient energy system. The Swedish pilot started last fall with the completion of the trading platform Switch and the engagement of customers in some cities and one municipality in Sweden.
In a recent Energiforsk report, methods for optical vibration measurement were surveyed. These methods show promising results for a denser spatial resolution offering high precision and cost effectiveness with a non-contact approach.
Energiforsk and the University of Linköping are now launching the website for the international platform for thermal energy systems research. The platform is based on the conditions of thermal energy systems in Sweden. The aim is to further position and strengthen the development of renewable and competitive Swedish district heating and CHP systems.
Here at Energiforsk we are doing our part in slowing down the spread of the novel corona virus. The majority of all our meetings, conferences, and seminars will therefore be held digitally.